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Full text of "Battle of the Marne : march"

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The Battle of The Marne 

Descriptive March Fantasia by 
J. LUXTON Op. 2. 

The spark flashed out like a sailor's shout 
The sound unto heaven ascended; 
The hosts of the sky made to earth reply, 
And the thunders twain were blended ! 

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Soldiers'prayer before the siege. 






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Army corps apnroaching in the distance 




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Love Waltz Reverie -WaftZ JEROME HELLER The greatest instrumental success in years 

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The Greyhound March JOHN PARKER A rousing march composed of stirring melodies 
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I Wlhght bhadOWS Reverie JEROME HELLER A delightful composition in a dreamy mood 
Slow and with expression 



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Dream WaltZ WaltZ W. C. POWELL Standard waltz, easy to play, very melodious 
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Beautiful Thoughts Of Love Novelette JEROME HELLER The piece that contains the world's greatest melody 
Andante con expressione 




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Rippling Waters Caprice W™ T PIERSON Whether as a schottische, ostende or a caprice, this one leads 
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Little Soldier March W. C. POWELL A school march, fingered and easy to play 
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Reflections Meditation JEROME HELLER A new meditation that is delightfully melodious 
Very slow 




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